to be honest…

What little online time I allot myself these days after an 8 hour work day, I have been spending on politics.  Reading, researching, contributing, supporting. 

Once I retire, I’ll have time for blogging.  But for right now, with the state of our country, what little ‘free, online time’ I have, I must, in all good conscience, devote it to reversing the toxic situation we, as Americans, find ourselves in.  That is where my heart is right now.  Nothing else seems as important.  I love you guys, but I must continue to take action.  I just must.

So you probably will continue to not see me much in the blogging world until after I retire on 10/30.  This is why.

Love you all, though!

35 thoughts on “to be honest…

  1. Mary

    I agree with you 100%. I spend several hours a day on blogs I follow and various newsletters, plus some tv news (mostly MSNBC). And I don’t even have a blog! I find it fascinating and scary and it gives me a sense of foreboding, but a small bit of hope, that the better angels of America will prevail.


  2. Silver Willow

    Linda, I'm not committed to making this blog a political one. At least, not today, not yet. We'll see what the next few weeks hold, though. I might get to the point where it becomes a necessity for me, but I'm trying to not go down that particular path.


  3. Joared

    We all have to draw a line on our limits. Will enjoy what you share when you do. My blogging ebbs and flows. Right now I'm focused on promoting “Thriving in Place” for those of us deciding to remain living independently in our homes.


  4. Beatrice P. Boyd

    Everyone needs to do what he/she feels is most important and you clearly have priorities, Silver Willow, and that's as it should be. The U.S. political situation is a total disgrace and hope that things improve before they get much worse. Thanks for doing all you can as well and retirement is indeed wonderful.


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